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Can someone define gaba potentiation for me?


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#1 chris200931

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Posted 01 May 2020 - 09:31 AM

Ok so I’m someone who had a hard time with benzodiazepines along time ago and I try not to take anything that messes with gaba. I came across vinpocetine and picked some up. After doing research I saw that it potentiates gaba . Which I at least know means it increases the current of gaba. But does this mean it’s an agonist of the gaba receptor this causing potential for problems in someone like my self. I have also liked the article


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Posted 22 May 2020 - 03:33 PM

Vinpocetin is said to potentiate the beta3 subunit of the gabaA receptor. The beta3 subunit isnt a benzo receptor. The benzo receptors are alpha1,2,3,5 and gamma1,2,3..

I dont think this will help you.
Also, Vinpocetine lowers dopamine activity which can cause depression.

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